• Deep-Sea Disaster: Why Woodside's Burrup Hub project is too risky to proceed

    21 June 2022
    Greenpeace Australia Pacific

    A spill or accident at Woodside’s Burrup Hub gas project could release toxic gas and condensate of a similar consistency to crude oil into World Heritage listed marine parks, with dangerous pollution reaching West Australian coastal communities and as far as Indonesia

  • Greenpeace Australia Pacific Submission on the Climate Change Bill 2022 and the Climate Change (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2022

    24 October 2022

    A decade of inaction on climate change has seen Australia and its Pacific Island neighbours suffer through catastrophic bushfire, floods and cyclones, causing environmental, social and economic devastation. The Climate Change Bill thus provides a welcome foundation on which to build a safer climate future for Australians and our regional neighbours in the Pacific.

  • Lost Time and Damaged Reputations: What Australia must do to go from blocker to leader on loss and damage

    9 November 2022

    Swept to power in a widely heralded “climate election” the Australian Labor Government, led by Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, promised to take decisive and effective action on climate change and repair damaged relationships with the Pacific. If the Albanese government is sincere in its intention to show climate leadership on the world stage, and to be a "different Australian government" to the Pacific, then it must deliver on a range of climate policies and commitments.

  • REPORT: The Internal Combustion Engine Bubble

    11 November 2022

    Current auto industry planning is not aligned with a 1.5°C compatible carbon budget and might result in millions of vehicles manufacturers can’t sell. This report aims to shed light on these questions. It defines the number of ICE vehicles that could still be sold within a 1.5°C carbon trajectory and projects the auto industry’s ICE sales based on the assessment of four major manufacturers’ plans – Toyota, Volkswagen, Hyundai / Kia and General Motors – and quantifies the overshoot.

  • REPORT: Blasting our Ocean: Woodside’s Dangerous Seismic Plan

    13 December 2022

    Woodside Energy aims to start risky seismic surveying for its Scarborough gas project before the end of 2022. The process uses underwater airguns to blast powerful sound waves towards the seabed to assess fossil fuel reservoirs beneath the ocean floor.